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... ein Land, schaltet sich ab... "Internet" im Iran ab 08.2012 nur noch ein "Intranet"...

Halal-Netz: Iran sperrt Google, Yahoo und Hotmail

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The Anti-Aging Plan to Look and Feel Like a 10 | The Dr. Oz Show

The Total 10 Rapid Weight-Loss Plan Instructions: Shed extra pounds with Dr. Oz's new weight-loss plan! Sounds a bit extreme but has some good tips

Social media is really taking over, and at a very rapid rate. This video share all sorts of statistics of how fast social media is expanding, and just how many users are using is on a daily basis. It also highlights how there are both negative and positive aspects to how popular new media and technology has become.

This video has been put together by a US based expert on socialnomics. Discusses whether or not social media is simply a passing fad. I found it very thought provoking. This link was kindly sent to me by Rory McMahon.

Supreme Court Overturns Conviction in Online Threats Case - NYTimes.com

Supreme Court Overturns Conviction in Online Threats Case, Citing Intent - The New York Times

I have listed the 12 nutrients below (in order of importance) that I believe are beneficial for telomere length (longevity). 1. Vitamin D 2. Astaxanthin 3. Ubiquinol (CoQ10) 4. Fermented foods and probiotics 5. Krill oil 6. Vitamin K2 7. Magnesium 8. Polyphenols 9. Folate 10. Vitamin B12 11. Curcumin (turmeric) 12. Vitamin A http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/05/09/the-nutrients-most-likely-to-let-you-live-to-be-much-older-than-100.aspx

12 nutrients that promote telomere length and longevity. Ingesting these anti-aging nutrients can help protect your telomeres (the tiny units of DNA at the very end of each chromosome), and promote your longevity.

If you put as much time into your relationships as you do your status updates ... You do the math

Facebook's Secret Message

Many articles just focus on the pros or cons of social media, but this one covers "the good the bad and the ugly". Does one outweigh the other or do they balance out?